Prayer is so vital to the life of a Christian. It must not be neglected any more than food, water, or sleep should be neglected for physical life. Not only should Christians resolve to pray more, but should resolve to prioritize prayer through praying early, praying often, and praying without ceasing.
As he deals with the subject of spiritual gifts in the church, Paul takes a moment in the middle of his discussion to describe “a more excellent way.” He shows how gifts will pass away and how love will endure long after those gifts have gone.
As we conclude our Thanksgiving series, we take some time to consider an idea that appears in every verse of Psalm 136. God’s love, which is extended to all and expressed in Christ, endures forever.
Many people want to talk about all the things that they perceive as being wrong with the church, but it is important, in light of this, that we take time to consider what is right with the church. This sermon is based on an outline originally shared by Bro. Mark Posey who preaches for the Church of Christ in Winfield, AL.